The inaugural MMIM project took place in Baxter Park, Dundee, 2014. The ambitious project included three stages: MMIM Micro-Residency; an exhibition of new work by Sogol Mabadi, Emma Reid, and Craig Thomson; and a public conversation event.
The 2014 project was supported by:
Kirsten Scott Memorial Trust
“The aim of the Kirsten Scott Memorial Trust (KSMT) is to provide financial support to young people aged 26 and under, in order for them to fulfill ambitions, enhance their personal development, and make a positive contribution, either at home or overseas.
We hope that through the trust, beneficiaries will be able to enjoy rich new experiences which they would otherwise not be able to undertake, and in doing so, create a fitting legacy for Kirsten.
The trustees will consider applications across a broad range of areas – including, but not limited to, the arts, sport, exploration and travel, volunteering, community or personal development projects.”
IdeasTap 23-30 Innovators Award
IdeasTap is an arts charity that helps creative people get to where they want to be. We work with leading arts organisations to create industry opportunities for our members as well as providing access to funding, competitions, jobs, training and advice. Since launching in December 2008, IdeasTap has awarded more than £1.8 million worth of direct funding and accompanying expert mentoring to emerging artists. Its membership currently stands at 140,000+ and its partners include BFI, Magnum Photos, Mother London, The National Theatre, Royal Exchange Theatre and Sky Academy.
With thanks to:
Maryfield Regeneration Team of Dundee City Council
Friends of Baxter Park
Central Station featured May Meet In Mutual ahead of the exhibition opening, see here.
Central Station highlighted the MMIM Micro Residency, see the featured blog here.
Full information of the 2014 exhibition and events series are here.